Communicators of Taking Notes

Taking notes is a crucial and fundamental skill for leaning. Class B students are known for their neatness and self-organization skills doing so. Therefore, they are invited to introduce their practical experiences and tips of taking good notes to Class A.

Through the effective communication, Class A has learned some helpful tips:

1) Don’t mix the notes of different subjects together in one notebook, separate notebooks are better.

2) Pay attention to the marking details like teacher’s name, date and subject.

3) Treat your notes and notebook like a baby. Keep it safe, clean and accessible all the time!

4) Ask Class B for good suggestions if needed. Be Thinkers and Communicators!

Having seen and learned from Class B students’ self-evident experiences of taking notes, Class A is bound to make some good changes soon.

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